The Whittier Miscellany

Online vs. Hybrid: Is it Worth it?

Bryce Young '21, Staff writer

October 22, 2020

Hello and welcome to another weekly article in the Whittier Miscellany. I’m the author, Bryce Young. Here we are in... my house. Wait. That is not right, is it?  This Wednesday, Wilmington Friends School opened up their d...

Music and Me

Pablo Charriez, Weekly writer

October 19, 2020

During school, especially online, finding motivation and not dying of sheer boredom can be difficult. Or at least it is for me. I have to have a cup or two of coffee, maybe some food, sleep, and music. And since some of those ...

The Show Must Go On

Brooke Harrison, Weekly writer

October 13, 2020

This school year is nothing like last year. With having a hybrid school year, we are all adapting to the changes that were made. Some changes were the location of classes, the choice to stay fully online or going in two times a ...

Will the Arts Survive the Pandemic?

Pier Paolo Ergueta

April 25, 2020

     Famous geologist, biologist, and naturalist Charles Darwin was emphatic that survival isn’t of “the strongest or the most intelligent”. Darwin said that survival depended on those “most adaptive to change.” ...

Limited Space to Limitless Possibilities

Rebecca Hartwick, News Writer

April 11, 2020

     Well, we’re stuck. Quarantine has left everyone trapped in their homes, surrounded by the same people every day and dwindling ideas of fun activities to do. Quarantine has left everyone aimless and adrift.      ...

Prism Night: A Celebration of the Arts

Brooke Harrison, Weekly writer

March 13, 2020

On Friday, March 6th, WFS held its yearly Prism night. Prism night is when people in the WFS community share their artistic talents. Whether it’s singing, dancing, playing an instrument, or reading a poem, you can do anything. It...

The Iowa Caucus

Kyle Nisbet, Weekly writer

February 7, 2020

This Monday, February 3rd, the results for Democratic Primary for Iowa were supposed to be released. The problem was, the app “failed.” Instead of publicly communicating who won how many delegates on Monday, Iowa did not release...

The Passing of a Legend

February 2, 2020

     It can't be, it just can't be, but sadly it is. On the morning of January 26th, 2020, a Sikorsky, S- 76B helicopter carrying former NBA star Kobe Bryant, his thirteen-year-old daughter, Gianna and seven other passenge...

Australian Fires

Carter Gramiak, News Writer

January 17, 2020

Australia is burning, and it has been for over 4 months. This is no secret, as many horrific images have been consistently projected across international news and various social media outlets, depicting the tragic events that are curr...

Remembering Juice WRLD

Samuel Boulos '21, News Writer

December 14, 2019

his past Sunday, December 8, popular hip hop artist, Juice WLRD passed away. After suffering a seizure in an airport, Juice WRLD (real name Jarad Higgins) was pronounced dead at age 21. Even in the few years that he spent on ...

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